Inter 1 – 0 Sampdoria Italian Serie A

January 25, 2009

Inter restored their three point lead over Juventus at the top of the table.Jose Mourinho turned to Adriano to lead the forward line, and the controversial Brazilian repaid his coach’s faith by scoring the only goal – prodding the ball home after a fine cross.

Mourinho was sent to the stands late in the first half after gesturing at the referee – appearing to rub his fingers together as if he were offering the referee money

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Real Madrid 1 – 0 Deportivo Spanish La Liga

January 25, 2009

The 40th-minute glancing header edged Raul closer to Alfredo di Stefano’s all-time record of 214 Liga goals, while the Madrid native is now two shy of the same man’s tally of 307 in all competitions.
New coach Juande Ramos lost his first match in charge 2-0 at Barcelona, but his side have since taken maximum points domestically and have only conceded once in five matches.

They hedged their bets though, as the visitors were impressive both in attack and defence.

Depor were unlucky not to score when left-back Filipe hit the top of the bar with a long-range shot, while Iker Casillas made a spectacular save from Lafita.

Palermo 3 – 2 Udinese Italian Serie A Highlights

January 25, 2009

Palermo battled very hard to extend Udinese’s winless run in the league to 11 matches on the go.

Simone Pepe put the faltering visitors ahead early with a sweet dipping free kick but Simplicio levelled with a low diving header from close range on 17 minutes.

Udinese missed a penalty early in the second period and soon after Simplicio’s second header just sneaked over the line. Edinson Cavani made it 3-1 before Antonio Di Natale pulled one back and Palermo’s Federico Balzaretti was sent off for dissent.


Napoli 0 – 3 AS Roma Italian Serie A Highlights

January 25, 2009

Roma defeated Napoli 3-0 at the Stadio San Paolo in Serie A today see the goals here.
The 125th Derby del Sole was surprisingly one-sided as Roma ran riot in Naples. Philippe Mexes headed in the first from a David Pizarro free kick midway through the first half, rising unchallenged after the Azzurri defenders at the back post had stopped their runs to claim what looked like a definite offside against the Frenchman.

The Partenopei went 2-0 down just after the half an hour mark, this time Pizarro sending in a corner from the other side for Mexes’ defensive partner Juan to rise up and head in, with Edoardo Reja’s defenders found wanting.

The third goal was just as dismal from the Partenopei viewpoint. Fabiano Santacroce failed to deal with the ball and with it stuck under his feet, passed to Alberto Aquilani on the edge of his area. Aquilani, who replaced the injured Pizarro at half time, slotted in Mirko Vucinic who ran into the area and duly punished Napoli with the finish

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